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Old 04-24-2006, 07:57 AM   #1  
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Okay, so we stamp an "open" image in White Craft, then color in with what kind of pencils? Watercolor, metallic, prismacolors? And you can color directly on top of the white ink? Do you want to cover it up entirely? Would you color the outline with a light color to keep that look?

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Old 04-24-2006, 08:04 AM   #2  
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Okay, so we stamp an "open" image in White Craft, then color in with what kind of pencils? Watercolor, metallic, prismacolors? And you can color directly on top of the white ink? Do you want to cover it up entirely? Would you color the outline with a light color to keep that look?

Thanks for answering - I want to try this one!

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I use watercolor pencils, metallic would work too, see no reason why prismacolors wouldn't! Yes, you can color directly over the white craft ink once it's dry. It's up to you if you cover it up entirely. Depending on how much you color on the white is how intense your color will look on it.

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